Proposal to Renew the Mandate for New Zealand’s Contribution to the United Nations Truce Supervision Organisation
This publication provides documents on Cabinet’s June 2020 decision to renew the mandate for New Zealand’s contribution to the United Nations Truce Supervision Organisation to September 2022.
the Cabinet minute of decision: New Zealand’s Contribution to the United Nations Truce Supervision Organisation: Proposal to Renew Mandate [ERS-20-MIN-0015]
the Cabinet paper: Proposal to Renew the Mandate for New Zealand’s Contribution to the United Nations Truce Supervision Organisation [ERS-20-SUB-0015].
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